Articles about Viggo Mortensen

Viggo Chat
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Viggo Mortensen, Everybody Has A Plan
A @guardianfilm interview with Viggo Mortensen about his new role(s) in "Everybody Has a Plan"
Added by on 5/28/13
Viggo's Vote for Middle Earth
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Everybody Has A Plan, Viggo Mortensen
Viggo Mortensen looks back fondly at the "LOTR" films, and discusses his new movie "Everybody Has a Plan"
Source: www.vulture.com
Added by on 3/20/13
Horror Work Can Pay Off
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Video: A @flavorwire supercut of horror-movie roles early int the careers of now-famous actors, featuring Clooney, Pitt and more
Added by on 10/29/12
Toronto: Viggo Mortensen on his 'homecoming'
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Viggo Mortensen, Everybody Has A Plan, Ana Piterbarg
Toronto Film Festival: Viggo Mortensen on his happy 'homecoming' playing twins in Spanish
Added by on 9/10/12
Viggo Mortensen Has Lots of Heroes - Maybe Too Many
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Viggo Mortensen
Christ, Viggo. When a reporter emails you to ask who your heroes are, you shouldn't send back 200+ names
Source: www.boston.com
Added by on 3/1/12
Viggo Mortensen On Freud, Cronenberg and Fassbender
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Viggo Mortensen, A Dangerous Method
An interview with Viggo about his film "A Dangerous Method" and where he drew his inspiration from.
Added by on 2/9/12
A Good Co-Worker Is Hard to Find
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Some great actor-director (or other) pairings from recent memory, courtesy of @details
Source: www.details.com
Added by on 12/7/11
Seriously, What Were They Thinking
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Viggo Mortensen
An apt @videogum caption contest for the ridiculous NYT mag cover featuring "teen hearthrob" Viggo Mortensen
Source: videogum.com
Added by on 12/7/11
Right Campaign, Wrong Film
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Viggo Mortensen says the Oscars should give David Cronenberg his due. Too bad "A Dangerous Method" is a yawn
Source: nymag.com
Added by on 11/22/11
How Letters Become a Movie
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David Cronenberg discusses how he and his team used source material — letters written by the two main subjects — to create an accurate account of both the personal and professional lives of these men in "A Dangerous Method."
Added by on 10/5/11